excel-print-out-multiple-ranges-with-temp-sheet

Excel - Print Out Multiple Ranges With Temp Sheet

This macro prints out multiple ranges by copying them to a temporary sheet.

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1 Open MS Excel.

2 Create a blank workbook.


3 Go to Developer's tab > click on "Visual Basic" button or hit Alt + F11.


4 Go to Insert tab > click on "Module" or hit M.


5 Copy the VBA code from below.

6 Paste the code in the newly created module.


7 Go to Run tab > click on "Run Sub/UserForm" or hit F5.


8 That's it!


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Code
'===========================================
' Print Out Multiple Ranges With Temp Sheet
'===========================================
Sub printOutMultipleRangesTempSheet()
    ' Add temp sheet
    Worksheets.Add Before:=Worksheets(1)
    ' Use sheet
    With Worksheets(1)
        ' Copy range 1
        Worksheets(2).Range("A1:A10").CopyPicture Appearance:=xlPrinter
        .Paste Destination:=.Range("A1")
        ' Copy range 2
        Worksheets(2).Range("B1:C10").CopyPicture Appearance:=xlPrinter
        .Paste Destination:=.Range("A11")
        ' Print out
        .PrintOut
        ' Delete temp sheet
        Application.DisplayAlerts = False
        .Delete
        Application.DisplayAlerts = True
    End With
End Sub
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  • Created
    05-Jun-2020
  • Last updated
    05-Jun-2020
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